We regret having purchased a Sleep Number Bed Mattress.
My wife and I both hate it. We feel we were victims of the marketing and hype.
I have spent many nights traveling and always attempt to get into a Westin hotel for the Heavenly Bed experience and the beautiful uninterrupted night's sleep I get there..
I am certain that this is not the first time you have received this complaint and request for best path forward.
What do you recommend ?
I sleep predominantly on my left side, but am a restless sleeper.
I am subject to back and hip pain from this mattress, as is my wife.
My wife and I like a firm but soft mattress for our sleeping experience.
Should we purchase the Natura of Canada Greenspring Liberta Ultra Plush Mattress for the absolutely best sleeping experience? Or is there another suggested path forward?
The Westin Heavenly Bed is a Simmons Beautyrest.
However, Simmons has been sold to investors.
The quality is not what it was.
What makes that mattress so supportive and comfortable is the individually pocketed coil system, which contours to the shape of the body and maintains the natural alignment of the spine.
Older models were upholstered with polyurethane foams.
Today, it’s memory foam.
Memory foam is specifically designed to cause a mattress to need frequent replacing, as well as off gassing the toxic chemicals from which memory foam is made. It’s the worst upholstery material ever invented.
The key, for you, is in getting a mattress with that coil system and No Memory Foam.
The Natura of Canada Greenspring is the best we carry, upholstered with natural Talalay Latex.
Their ultra plush model is the most comfortable of them…and what my wife and I sleep on at home.
Click on this link to view specifications and prices.
We need a mattress that's firm and comfortable that won't sag under very heavy people.
I'm 5'8" and almost 300 lbs. Hubby is 6'2" and 350 lbs. We are in pain.
After reading your blog, I know that you know what a difficult time we've had finding a mattress that lasts.
Any single mattress that's comfortable will not hold up well over the years under those weights.
My recommendation comes in two parts.
I good, strong, firm mattress for support and durability is where to start.
Add to that, a softer latex topper for surface comfort that wears well.
As the years go by, you'll eventually need to replace the topper.
But, because the latex topper will do a great job of absorbing your body weights, the mattress will last longer than it would normally, which will save you from having to replace the mattress for quite a long time.
The items I'm recommending will allow you to sleep without pain.
The mattress is the Natura of Canada Greenspring in Firm.
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